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Won't reach Pre Heat Temp 790.96512406

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#1 TheWizard

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Posted Today, 08:00 PM

How do you put the 790.96512406 Range into diagnostic mode to read the error codes? 

 

and How does one know if you have to replace the control board, the relay board that controls the heating elements or any of the other items in the baking chain. Thank you in advance.. 

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Posted Today, 08:27 PM

First check your bake and broil elements. Are they getting power?

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#3 TheWizard

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Posted Today, 08:48 PM

Yes it seems to be an intermittent problem .. only with the bake element .. My broiler element always energizes .. The bake element works on and off... So I would assume that when it is getting hot. it is receiving current.  when it does not reach the set pre heat temp.. (it gets slightly warm) I would think is is not getting full voltage. 







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